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A number of countries have shown interest in the BrahMos missiles.

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Venezuela, Indonesia and Vietnam expressed a desire to purchase the BrahMos supersonic cruise missiles produced at the BrahMos Aerospace Indian-Russian joint venture. India is currently considering launching shipments of missiles and other weapons to Southeast Asia and Latin America. This newspaper reports MIC with reference to the "Economic Times".

A number of countries have shown interest in the BrahMos missiles.


According to the publication, under the "other weapons" should be understood export "light fighter" Tejas "(Tejas) and anti-aircraft guided missiles (SAM) medium-range" Akash "(Akash) own Indian development."

An unnamed source at BrahMos Aerospace, in turn, confirmed that negotiations on the BrahMos missiles are under way, but he noted that “it’s too early to call a specific list of countries, as it is still under discussion.”

Orders are growing for different versions of the BrahMos missiles and from the Indian armed forces. Now the total amount of contracts exceeded $ 6 billion “Within two to three years, the company expects orders to exceed 10 billion dollars.”- said the source.
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  1. rasputin17
    rasputin17 4 September 2014 17: 41
    +5
    They very much resemble our "Granites" !!
    1. Ober.K
      Ober.K 4 September 2014 17: 45
      +7
      So it is written: - "... joint production ..." drinks
      1. rasputin17
        rasputin17 4 September 2014 17: 48
        +6
        Russian technology and Indian raw materials and assembly lines, however, some nodes and blocks are still Russian.
    2. Saburo
      Saburo 4 September 2014 18: 02
      +13
      They very much resemble our "Granites" !!


      Created on the basis of the P-800 Onyx. So you are almost right.
      1. b0bi
        b0bi 4 September 2014 19: 15
        +9
        And more precisely, the export modification of Onyx - Yakhont, performed by the joint venture BRAMOS. It was just that the Indians needed technology, ours did not become greedy and they gave technology to a very good partner and large client, now we produce Yakhonts together with the Indians.
        1. tol100v
          tol100v 4 September 2014 21: 37
          +1
          Quote: b0bi
          And more precisely, the export modification of Onyx - Yakhont, performed by the joint venture BRAMOS. It was just that the Indians needed technology, ours did not become greedy and they gave technology to a very good partner and large client, now we produce Yakhonts together with the Indians.

          It is very good that hot cakes are in such demand!
          1. Altona
            Altona 4 September 2014 22: 24
            0
            Quote: Tol100v
            It is very good that hot cakes are in such demand!

            -----------------------
            Especially among US opponents ...
    3. zennon
      zennon 4 September 2014 18: 05
      +7
      Quote: rasputin17
      They very much resemble our "Granites" !!

      It's actually Onyx.
    4. Army1
      Army1 4 September 2014 18: 43
      0
      It is interesting, of course, to find out what the probability of defeating a potential enemy’s KUB with at least 12 missiles
      1. arane
        arane 4 September 2014 19: 45
        +2
        and what is a cube? maybe kug, aug or kpug?
        1. Army1
          Army1 5 September 2014 14: 47
          0
          Quote: arane
          and what is a cube? maybe kug, aug or kpug?

          yes KUG, something has gone wrong to me
      2. tol100v
        tol100v 4 September 2014 21: 39
        0
        Quote: Army1
        It is interesting, of course, to find out what the probability of defeating a potential enemy’s KUB with at least 12 missiles

        One is enough, but where are the other eleven hanging around?
    5. Giant thought
      Giant thought 4 September 2014 19: 41
      +2
      What would India do without our participation? I would buy such weapons, and already sells them.
  2. Oleg NSK
    Oleg NSK 4 September 2014 17: 41
    +9
    ... I'm glad countries ... they can be sent ...
    1. b0bi
      b0bi 4 September 2014 17: 53
      +6
      No order from them
    2. arane
      arane 4 September 2014 19: 43
      +1
      what for? it's an anti-ship missile!
      1. tol100v
        tol100v 4 September 2014 21: 42
        +1
        Quote: arane
        what for? it's an anti-ship missile!

        Where is KChF supposed to train? Moreover, there are three combat training goals! They have come! I'm not guilty!
  3. sever.56
    sever.56 4 September 2014 17: 41
    +2
    We don’t need to sell them to anyone, even in the export version, until we put them in our troops in sufficient quantities.
    1. Ayujak
      Ayujak 4 September 2014 17: 47
      +4
      Do you think they will be adopted by the Russian Federation?
      1. dvina71
        dvina71 4 September 2014 17: 51
        0
        We already have them .. Bra-MOS (whale)
        1. Wiruz
          Wiruz 4 September 2014 19: 07
          +2
          Bramos and Mosquito are far from the same thing. They only have the same purpose
        2. tol100v
          tol100v 4 September 2014 21: 43
          0
          Quote: dvina71
          We already have them .. Bra-MOS (whale)

          Just MOSCOW! The infection bites!
      2. sever.56
        sever.56 4 September 2014 19: 26
        0
        I think they will. At an arms exhibition, a spokesman for the Ministry of Defense said they would modify the media for them. Probably meant ships and aircraft.
    2. Saburo
      Saburo 4 September 2014 18: 00
      +2
      So the Indians have their own production line, they can sell to anyone they want.
  4. VICTOR-61
    VICTOR-61 4 September 2014 17: 47
    +1
    It’s necessary to sell with co-workers, and even better to create more modern ones, not to stand still while development is in the military-industrial complex
  5. Anton Gavrilov
    Anton Gavrilov 4 September 2014 17: 47
    +1
    Take it, do not regret it!
  6. navara399
    navara399 4 September 2014 17: 52
    +1
    Indian version of "Granite".
    1. Wiruz
      Wiruz 4 September 2014 19: 29
      +1
      Onyx actually. More precisely, no. Onyx was created Yakhont, on the basis of Yakhont - Bramos.
    2. arane
      arane 4 September 2014 19: 47
      +2
      yacht and granite are different rockets, they don’t even look like
  7. tlauicol
    tlauicol 4 September 2014 17: 56
    +2
    Indonesia and Vietnam Yakhont have - why do they also need Bramos?
  8. Sergey-72
    Sergey-72 4 September 2014 17: 56
    +4
    Geyrop and states it is time to relax and moderate their ardor. Russia must move away from its 20-year-old dream and recall its former power.
  9. andrei332809
    andrei332809 4 September 2014 18: 12
    +2
    uh, uh ... who do you buy from? Develop your eyes and take quality.
    1. Ayujak
      Ayujak 4 September 2014 21: 40
      +1
      When the vertical shaft starts up and aligns to the course, it’s just brilliance. The work of these engines is beauty.
  10. shelkuntchik
    shelkuntchik 4 September 2014 18: 24
    +2
    Apparently there are nodes, of Russian production, without which, Indian partners will not be able to assemble them ...
    1. Starover_Z
      Starover_Z 4 September 2014 19: 18
      -1
      Is the file really ?! belay
  11. Wiruz
    Wiruz 4 September 2014 19: 08
    0
    Gentlemen, I want to ask here. Is it really so difficult to bring down a missile at Mach 2,5 at an altitude of 14 km? What is generally easier to knock on march: Caliber or Onyx?
    1. ultra
      ultra 4 September 2014 19: 19
      +2
      "Yakhont" pulls out ships at a horizon beyond the horizon. Enough for intelligence to report their presence. The launched “Yakhont” immediately goes to a great height and from there it begins to recognize targets that must be hit. If programmed for an aircraft carrier - it means it will break through to it. Do not forget that the principle laid down in it: "one rocket - one ship."

      Consider the principle of the rocket in more detail. After the launch of a rocket, a solid fuel accelerator accelerates it to a speed of Mach 2 (2200 km / h) in a few seconds. Then the direct-flow marching ramjet engine (ramjet) increases the speed to 2.5 mach. In this case, the rocket moves at an altitude of up to 14 km according to airborne target designation. The homing radar (RGSN) can capture a surface target of the "cruiser" type at a distance of up to 75 km. After the target is captured, the onboard radar is turned off, the missile is lowered to a height of 5-10 meters above sea level, that is, into the zone below radio visibility, which ensures the secrecy of approaching the target. Repeatedly, the SSGN is switched on at the final flight site to capture the target, its tracking and missile guidance. The short flight time and the long range of the RGSN allow the use of preliminary target designation of low accuracy. An initial review of the target position zone from high altitude allows preliminary target distribution of missiles on group ships and selects false targets.

      When launching multiple missiles, the on-board “intelligent” program independently distributes and classifies the target according to its importance, selects the tactics of attack and the plan of its implementation under the conditions of using electronic warfare equipment. The presence in the onboard computer of the rocket of electronic portraits of all modern classes of ships and other information allows you to determine the type of ship group (escort, aircraft carrier, landing group) and attack the main targets. When destroying the main target in the warrant, the remaining missiles are autonomously sent to other ships, eliminating the possibility of hitting one target with several missiles (the principle "one missile - one ship"). Missiles are programmed to perform anti-ballistic maneuvers during attack targets.
      1. Wiruz
        Wiruz 4 September 2014 19: 28
        0
        What was my question about and what is your answer? By the way, I very much doubt that non-export Caliber have a shorter range than Onyx. They simply fly on a march at an altitude of about 20 meters and at a speed of Mach 0,8.
      2. tol100v
        tol100v 4 September 2014 21: 48
        0
        Quote: ultra
        . Missiles are programmed to perform anti-ballistic maneuvers during attack targets.

        According to the principle "The drunk goes home!"
    2. arane
      arane 4 September 2014 19: 50
      +3
      difficult at an altitude of less than 10 meters at a speed of Mach 2,5 ....
      and individually they are rare in nature
    3. Sultan Babai
      Sultan Babai 4 September 2014 23: 05
      +2
      It is difficult to bring down a missile in principle, since it must first be detected by the radar of the ship, since the target is small and flies above the surface of the water, it cannot be detected beyond the radio horizon, and if I am not mistaken within 25-30 km, the missile overcomes it (such as onyx in 25-30 seconds, colleagues can correct it) and after they find that it all depends on the reaction time of the crew (its readiness) and the presence on board of missiles (SAM) with an active radar head such as the French frigates Frem (missiles called Aster 15 (near and middle radius) and Aster 30 (far radius) or sm -6 (tan) missiles with passive guidance heads for such sm-2s. In addition, a rocket like onyx or caliber maneuvers very well with overloads of up to 20g. And such the target was also hard to shoot down. ”The French boasted that they supposedly could shoot down brahmos, but there were no real tests, and it seems to me that God forbid the French or the striped to take part in them, they can get it in full. The fact that with the release of a large number of missiles in one gulp, the chances of surviving a ship or warrant are reduced. By the way, there is a Russian development on the FIPS website that allows us to place twice as much stock of missiles on our ships of project 11356,20385.
      By the way, I forgot to say that if a grouping of ships has a radar, for example, on an airplane, then a rocket flying at a low altitude can also be found behind the radio horizon, since an AWACS aircraft (E-3 or Avax Hawk), being at a high altitude, can comb the terrain for 400 km around Of course, he will not detect it immediately at a distance of 400 km, but still, before the radar of the ship does it
  12. Ze Kot
    Ze Kot 4 September 2014 21: 19
    0
    But the RSL of the ships of the potential enemy does not detect a missile at an altitude of 14 km, at a distance of 75 km?
    1. arane
      arane 4 September 2014 22: 32
      +1
      there are certain technical difficulties! let's say, long-range radars (in this mode) have a lower frequency and a correspondingly lower attenuation coefficient. as a result, to detect a target with a lower frequency pulse for stable reflection, you need a target with a large equivalent reflection radius! this rocket
      has a relatively small size. There is a probability of detection, but it is low!
      Something like this, maybe I'm mistaken, I'm not from the air defense
    2. qwert
      qwert 5 September 2014 08: 35
      0
      here the trick is that the missile detects the ship earlier, especially the aircraft carrier. It's all about size. And until it was discovered, the ship "dives" to a low altitude.
  13. Letnab
    Letnab 5 September 2014 03: 29
    0
    Liked the discussion! It is interesting to read, without any slogans ...
  14. Ze Kot
    Ze Kot 5 September 2014 11: 22
    0
    Well, and AWACS? Short-range air defense systems?